Civil Rights & Social Justice

Discover the most up-to-date news, commentary, and archives on civil rights, human rights, and social justice issues that impact the Black community.

In Michigan, Donald Trump said "sick" migrants were coming into the U.S., who he called “animals” and “not human.”

Police bodycam footage appears to show officers doing what cops tend to do when they've pulled over a Black motorist.

Libs of TikTok creator Chaya Raichik was laughed at by students at Indiana University after she failed to define the word "wokeness."

Michigan GOP captioned a retweet of a post by right-wing Libs of TikTok, which was posted in response to Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott.

Judd Blevins was voted out of Enid's city council after it was revealed that he was a neo-Nazi group leader.

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MLK was not optimistic that he would reach the “Promised Land,” yet he was hopeful about the ultimate goal.

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The Black Southern Women’s Collaborative (BSWC) is a network and advocacy organization committed to empowering Black women serving as executive directors in the Southern United States.

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TSU has been subjected to incredible levels of scrutiny–which bore no fruit—and wrongfully labeled as financially reckless. 

Crystal Mason was finally acquitted for voting in 2016 while on supervised release for a federal conviction, which she didn't know made her ineligible to vote.

Georgia Republican Party Official, Brian Pritchard, was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine for voting illegally nine times while a felon.

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It wasn’t called voter suppression back then, but civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer knew exactly how white authorities in Mississippi felt about Black people voting in the 1960s.